BLIND SEPARATION OF REFLECTIONS USING SPARSE ICA

@inproceedings{Bronstein2003BLINDSO,
  title={BLIND SEPARATION OF REFLECTIONS USING SPARSE ICA},
  author={Alexander M. Bronstein and Michael M. Bronstein and Michael Zibulevsky and Yehoshua Y. Zeevi},
  year={2003}
}
We address the problem of Blind Source Separation (BSS) of superimposed images and, in particular, consider the recovery of a scene recorded through a semirefective medium (e.g. glass windshield) from its mixture with a virtual reflected image. We extend the Sparse ICA (SPICA) approach to BSS and apply it to the separation of the desired image from the superimposed images, without having any a priory knowledge about its structure and/or statistics. Advances in the SPICA approach are discussed… CONTINUE READING

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